The HTN Now health tech tour continues in January 2022, when we bring together the health tech community to share, discuss and collaborate on a variety of topics focused around health technology for the now.
The sessions we host typically last up to one hour, providing practical advice, insight and learning from healthcare digital teams across the country. Tune in to hear about their approach, what they have done, what worked well, the challenges they face and what’s coming up next.
To get involved, please contact Emma Carter by email to email@example.com
EPR implementations, five critical paths and a cutover
Five critical paths and a cutover – an EPR implementation story, detailing this EPR delivery model and the challenges faced.
The Reveal: HTN Now Awards Finalists
Read-up on the projects and entries in the HTN Now Awards 2022!
NHSX Blueprinting Case Studies
This session will provide an overview of the blueprinting programme and share four case studies / blueprints: CAHMS Digital journey; Improving Efficiencies through Robotic Process Automation (RPA) as a Centre of Excellence; Digitising Consent Forms for Immunisation and Vaccination; and Patient participation.
Same data, different results – how different methods of analysis in health can lead to wildly different results and impact this could have on how healthcare is delivered.
Dr Smruti Bulsari, Senior Research Officer, University of Essex
Cardiff and Vale UHB – Eye Care Digitalisation
How we delivered “shared care” with more than 5,000 hospital patients being seen in primary care during COVID-19 and how we are delivering a primary care electronic referral portal and “testing the water” of artificial intelligence to manage eye image referrals.
A closer look into the digital programmes at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Glenn Winteringham, Chief Digital Officer at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Our Shared Care Record Journey in Humber, Coast & Vale
The HCV journey to integrate HCV shared care record and how we have addressed the MVS 1.0 target and how to build a standardised approach.
Speakers – Tara Athanasiou and John Mitchell
Here we explore the world of shared care records, taking a closer look into programmes, approaches, learnings and challenges.
The dangers of bias in artificial intelligence and how it adversely affects communities
David Newey, Deputy Chief Information Officer at Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
9:00AM – 4:00PM
HTN Now Awards 2022
Through the day we’ll share the projects and teams behind each entry.
HTN Now Awards 2022 LIVE